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6 dangerous ways to cook an egg

Sept. 9, 2016

What if you could cook eggs in your backyard using extreme, even dangerous, methods?

I love a homemade breakfast as much as the next person, but the thought of having to go through the hassle of cooking and then cleaning up the ensuing mess is enough to drive me to the nearest IHOP. But what if you could cook eggs in your backyard using extreme, even dangerous, methods? That just might take the mundane out my favorite meal. In this video, the TheBackyardScientist tries to cook an egg using a flame thrower, hydrochloric acid, and more.

About the Author

Alexis Gajewski | Senior Content Strategist

Alexis Gajewski has over 15 years of experience in the maintenance, reliability, operations, and manufacturing space. She joined Plant Services in 2008 and works to bring readers the news, insight, and information they need to make the right decisions for their plants. Alexis also authors “The Lighter Side of Manufacturing,” a blog that highlights the fun and innovative advances in the industrial sector. 

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